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Don't stop there....We can also create a corporate identity package for you, with an integrated system of business cards, letterhead, envelopes, and more to keep your brand's image consistent across a variety of pieces. With these envelopes carrying your message to prospects and customers, you're sure to get noticed!
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A #10 envelope is a standard business-sized envelope which measures 4 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches. Typically the most common used in business to send letters, invoices, checks, and other mailings. The #10 size envelope is the most widely used envelope of them all.
These envelopes are typically printed using between 1 and 3 PMS (Pantone) colors, however for larger volume runs utilizing a conversion process can allow for vibrant full color designs with bleeds and specialty cuts.
These envelopes typically are smaller in size and most often have a square flap available in a wide range of colors and textures. A-style envelopes can be used for invitations, smaller brochures, and promotional pieces, as well as business stationery, for a unique, premium look.
Booklet envelopes have a side opening and a standard flap style. Catalog envelopes have a center seam that makes them more durable for mailing heavyweight materials.
Both are Typically used for heavy-duty mailing and shipping requirements such as: Annual reports, marketing brochures, sales materials, and of course, booklets or product catalogs.
Envelope conversion refers to the process of taking flat press sheets ran on an offset sheeted press and utilizing a die cutting and gluing process to convert them into finished custom envelopes.
Reasons for choosing to go with a custom converted envelope range from needing a large volume run, custom sizes or flaps, and custom full color designs with bleeds, perforations, or special window shapes/size/placement.